We opened our Skoaktiebolaget brick and mortar store in 2012, followed in 2013 by our online store. In 2016 we moved to a much more spacious brick and mortar store on Nybrogatan 23. We have always had the ambition to provide the world's finest footwear combined with second-to-none service.
To be able to provide the finest quality men’s shoes is a privilege. To get to know different people with different backgrounds who all share a common interest is equally wonderful. The artisans we work with are hand-picked because they are exactly who they are - real people doing honest work, teaching, inspiring and providing the best possible shoes they can. They all come together in a magnificent mix under our roof. That is not only an honor but also a responsibility we nurture and continue to develop.
We represent five countries in shoemaking - from the passion of Italy to the pride of England, from the fire of Spain and Portugal to the genuine craftsmanship of Austria/Romania.
It’s by the way our customers feel that they are being serviced that we measure our accomplishments. We can always be better, learn and do more and that’s what we strive for each and every day. Hopefully you’ll follow us on this journey - we’d love to have you aboard.
Our artisans are hand-picked from the best shoe and boot makers in Europe.
- Italian master artisan Enzo Bonafé
- Majorca-based Carmina Shoemaker
- Renowned shoe and bootmaker John Lobb
- Austrian-Romanian Saint Crispin's
- Portuguese Carlos Santos
- Naples based Paolo Scafora
All five are leading makers of quality shoes, made and crafted using traditional methods. Our shoe selection is flanked by carefully selected and curated shoe care and accessories.
- Burgol, a Swiss family owned company renowned for the very best shoe care
- Elegant socks from Sozzi
- Carmina Shoemaker leather and suede belts
- Shoe horns and brushes from Abbeyhorn
Accessories and loafers from bespoke tailors Rubinacci
- A selection of the finest gloves from Hestra
- Braces from Albert Thurston
- Ties from E.G. Cappelli